Burg Kühlseggen

Burg Kühlseggen

Weilerswist

Kühlseggen Castle, one of the most impressive moated castles in the region, is a moated castle converted into a private house with a large outer bailey, whose beginnings lie in the 15th/16th century. Until 1962, the moated castle was not inhabited, and its buildings fell into disrepair. Then these were extensively renovated and rebuilt to be used as a private residence.

Until well into the 19th century, the buildings of the castle complex stood on two islands: a high heaped one with the manor house and a second island on which the outer bailey stood. An outdoor tour is possible outside the moat on a circular path. The castle itself is privately owned and cannot be visited.

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  • Vom November 19th bis December 31st

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Burg Kühlseggen
Bonner Str. 29
53919 Weilerswist
Phone: (0049) 2254 96000
Fax: (0049) 2254 9600200

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